by #Evidence "Scared of heights, but I never get high enough."
This could get juicy, i mean messy, i mean Jessie.
Wedding dress, 1913. In the style of Paul Poiret. Batwing-shaped sleeves and draped skirt with fishtail train are silk and gold thread brocade. Main bodice is cream wool cashmere, edged with border of embroidered gold thread, with a high-necked overbodice of machine-made lace on a net ground. Cashmere waistband is embroidered with gold metallic thread. The bride also wore a large black velvet picture hat with wide brim and ostrich feather trim. Edwardian, Wedding Dressses, Clothing Post1900, Vintage Fashion, Historical Fashion, Dresses, 1910S Clothing, Paul Poiret, Vintage Clothing
Cream wool cashmere wedding gown c. 1912
Marie Antoinette would change three times in the course of the day: first of all there would be a formal silk or velvet gown to be worn to Mass, followed by a lighter, more informal muslin, lawn or cotton dress for the rest of the day and then finally a gorgeously elaborate evening dress to be worn to dinner, concerts or balls. Evening Dresses, The Queens, Marie Antoinette, Art, Heinrich Lossow, 18Th Century, Mary Antoinette, The Dresses
"I'm fat and I'm just as Fucking Beautiful as any other woman" OMG YES!
A Camera Did Not Make A Great Picture Anymore Than A Typewriter Wrote A Great Novel
Bonnie and Clyde, pictured here in 1933, were well-known outlaws, robbers, and criminals who traveled the Central United States with their gang during the Great Depression. The couple were eventually ambushed and killed in Louisiana by law officers.